This is the jaw-dropping moment a basketball coach lands a 100FT trick shot from the top of a three story building.Basketball coach Drew Maddux, 43, managed to pull of the whopping throw from the top of a building and land the ball straight into a basket.The dad-of-five and high school teacher pulled off the incredible stunt in July, and is well-known for his ball skills.Drew, from Nashville, Tennesse, USA, hit the headlines last month when he choreographed an epic 26-throw poolside trick-shot with at his son's birthday party.This latest video shows him pull off one of his most impressive shots to date, in which he launches a ball from the top of the Christ Presbyterian Academy, where he teaches.The footage shows him celebrate wildly when the ball flies straight into a basket - raised off the ground in the back of a dumper truck - some 100ft and two stories below.Drew said: "We were so happy.
I was on the roof with graduates of our school who work for me at my basketball camps in the summer."We are building a new building on our campus and thought a trick shot would be a cool way to update the community of our progress in the summer."It wasn't the hardest shot we've done but a pretty creative idea to shoot a ball to a basket on a dump truck in the middle of a construction site."The hard part was the wind.
It was blowing left to right and moved the ball about 5 meters left to right."Drew has been choreographing routines since 2016 and said his main aim is to inspire youngsters and encourage more enthusiastic participation in sport.